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Villa v Tottenham programme: Exclusive feature with Luna

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Villa v Tottenham programme: Exclusive feature with Luna

Antonio Luna - or Tony Moon as he has become affectionately known - has been a revelation in claret and blue since arriving at Villa Park this summer.

And the former Sevilla defender is the man in the spotlight for our exclusive player interview in the latest edition of the Villa News & Record.

Luna talks about how he has settled into English football, how he is coping with the language - and how he would love to scale the heights achieved by a Spanish sporting legend.

The programme for the match against Tottenham Hotspur also includes a chat with Leandro Bacuna about his first goal for the club, while Andi Weimann answers the question for our Last Word Q & A and Fabian Delph is the man in the spotlight in What's in a Name.

Younger fans, meanwhile, will love the centrefold poster of Gabby Agbonlahor, plus the chance to test their knowledge of Villa's leading Premier League scorer.

Former Villa star Martin Laursen is the subject of My Favourite Villan - as seen through the eyes of Warwickshire and England cricketer Chris Woakes - and we also take a look at six of the best debuts by Villa players during the Premier League era.

In addition, there are regular columns by Paul Lambert, Ron Vlaar and Stan Collymore, who reveals that he is already looking forward to wearing Villa shirt at the World Cup finals in Brazil next summer.

At £3, the Villa News & Record is great value and an essential part of your matchday experience.

If you don't want to wait or can't make it to the game, you can also snap up your matchday programme right now via our eBay account.

And then there's our new online version, which is also available to purchase later this afternoon

For those supporters who can't get to every game, we offer a subscription service at £66 for the season, including postage.

European postage costs an additional £39 and worldwide postage an extra £64.

For details, call 0845 0001 or email



AVFC Official
By @AVFCOfficial 18th October 2013
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